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07-702 - Huang et al v. Gateway Hotel Holdings


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07-702 - Huang et al v. Gateway Hotel Holdings
January 4, 2008
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MEMORANDUM AND OPINION. ORDERED that Plaintiffs' Motion for Conditional Certification of Class 22 is GRANTED. FURTHER ORDERED that Defendant's Motion to Strike or Change Certain Portions of Plaintiffs' Proposed Notice 28 is GRANTED in part and DENIED in part. An amended version of the proposed Notice must be filed with the Court within ten (10) days of this Memorandum and Order. Signed by Honorable E. Richard Webber on 1/4/08. (KLH)
February 29, 2008
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MEMORANDUM AND ORDER. ORDERED that Defendant's Motion for Protective Order 34 is GRANTED in part and DENIED in part. Signed by Honorable E. Richard Webber on 2/29/08. (KLH)
June 18, 2008
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MEMORANDUM AND ORDER. ORDERED that Defendant may serve five interrogatories on each optin Plaintiff, as was previously agreed by the Parties. FURTHER ORDERED that Defendant may continue to ask deponents questions related to prior jobs, current jobs, meal break policies of other employers, why the deponent has elected to join the suit, and the specifics of conversations they have had with others about joining the suit. FURTHER ORDERED that Plaintiffs are to determine which Plaintiffs own "desktop computers, cell phones, e-mail machines, laptop computers, mobile phones, ESI storage media, handheld computers and personal digital assistants." FURTHER ORDERED that Defendant is not required to produce their pay and time records in an accessible electronic format. FURTHER ORDERED that Defendant must produce or explain the non existence of any rounding policy for employee pay hours. FURTHER ORDERED that to the extent that Defendant has not fully responded to Plaintiffs' interrogatories regarding their affirmative defenses, Defendant must supplement their interrogatory answers. FURTHER ORDERED that Plaintiff Huang's Motion to Stay Enforcement of Defendant's Subpoenas on his Subsequent Employers 54 is DENIED, in part, and GRANTED, in part. Signed by Honorable E. Richard Webber on 6/18/08. (KLH)